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STAfF PHOTO Br DOUG RUTTER
WEST BRUNSWICK'S Monica King (13) drives to the basket while North Brunswick's IxtTanya
Grady tries to block her shot. Also pictured are West's Amber Mercer (22) and North's Anika Walker
(44).
WACCAMAW CONFERENCE
BASKETBALL
STANDINGS
A.s Monday F?b.
BOYS
JVam Conf, O'all
Fairmont 12-0 i9-0
Sou lis Brunswick 9-3 17-4
East Bladen 9-3 14-4
Whitcville 7-5 13-6
West Columbus 5-7 9-11
West Brunswick 3-9 4-16
South Robeson 2-10 4-15
North Brunswick 1-11 5-13
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Team _ Conf. O'all
South Brunswick 12-0 16-3
West Brunswick 10-2 lf-A
Whitcville 10-2 16-5
South Robeson 6-6 8-8
West Columbus 4-8 8-11
Fairmont 4-8 6-10
East Bladen 2-10 3-15
North Brunswick 0-12 2-14
Wolfpack Blows
Away Scorps
Lamont Smith scored a game
high 17 points to lead host White
ville to an 85-44 thrashing of North
Brunswick last Tuesday night.
Coupled with a 59-58 home loss
to West Brunswick on Friday, the
Scorpions fell to 1-11 in the Wac
camaw 2- A Conference and 5-13
overall.
North Brunswick was to finish the
regular season slate with a road
game against South Robeson Tues
day night.
The Scorps host the undefeated
Fairmont Golden Tornadoes in the
season llnale Friday night.
The Wolfpack, which lost at
North Brunswick on Jan. 21, got re
venge last Tuesday as four players
scored in double figures.
Whitcville look a 16-11 lead in
the opening quarter and stretched it
to a 43-25 advantage at intermission.
The Wolfpack dominated in the
third quarter, outscoring North
Brunswick 22-fi to take a 65-31 lead.
Demetrius Bell led the Scorpions
with 10 points. Maduka Ballard
added nine points lor North Bruns
wick.
Whitcville hit seven three-point
ers in the game and connected on 24
of 30 free throws.
Seore By Quarters
North Brunswick 11 14 6 13 44
Whitcville 16 27 22 20?85
North Brunswick scoring: Bell,
10; M. Ballard, 9; Baldwin, 6; El
lington, 4; Black, 4; R. Ballard, 3;
Waddell, 3; Cobb, 3; Johnson, 2;
Harrison, 2.
Whitcville scoring: Smith, 17;
McMillian, 14; Barficld, 14; Row
ers, 10; Hall, 8; Harwood, 7; Spicer,
6; Moore, 4; Spivcy, 3; McAllistcr,
West Girls Beat
Vikings, Scorpions
BY DOUG RUTTKR
The West Brunswick girls' has
kcibull team extended its winning
streak to lour games last week with
victories over North Brunswick and
West Columbus.
The Lady Trojans routed North
Brunswick 66-29 Friday night in
Lcland after cruising to a 63-45
home win against the l ady Vikings
last Tuesday.
West Brunswick (10-2. 1 "7 -4 > en
tered the final week ol the regular
season tied with Whiteville lor sec
ond place in the Waccamaw 2-A
Conference.
flic Lady Trojans were to host
Last Bladen Tuesday night before
traveling to Boiling Spring l akes
Friday for the season finale against
I South Brunswick.
North Brunswick
On Friday, Christy King scored
14 points and Nicole Norris added
I 1 3 to lead West Brunswick U) us 37
point win at North Brunswick.
The Lady Trojans led the entire
game, jumping out to a KM) lead in
the first 3:20 and leading 16-6 after
one quarter.
Wesl Brunswick used a 10-1 run
in the first hall ol the second period
to take a 26-7 lead.
Leading 34-15 at hall tune, the
Lady Trojans ouLscorcd the Lady
Scorpions 21-6 in the third quarter
to take a 55-21 advantage into the
fourth quarter.
Catherine Hell, Stacey Mill and
Amber Mercer scored eight points
each for West Brunswick.
LaTanya Grady led North Bruns
wick witli 10 points and Tosha
Kohbins added eight lor the Lady
Scorps.
Score llv Quarters
West Brunswick lf> IK 21 II 66
North Brunswick 6 ') 6 X ? 2''
Wesl Brunswick sconnu: C. Kine.
14; Norris. 13; Bell, X: S. Hill. 8;
Mercer, X: M. King. 6; Morgan, 5: P.
Dctrte, 4.
North Brunswick scoring: Grady,
10; T. Robbins, X; Walker. 4; A.
Robbins, 3; Dowe, 2; K. Ballard. 2.
West Columbus
Norris scored a season-high 15
points and Hill added 14 to lead the
Lady Trojans to j 63-45 win over
visiung West Columbus last Tuesday
Norris scored 1 1 points in the lirst
quarter as West Brunswick jumped
out to a 19-12 lead over the Lady
Vikings.
The Lady Trojans outscored their
opponent 10-5 iq the second quarter
to lake a 29- 1 7 lead at hall time.
Hill scored nine points in the third
quarter as West Brunswick out
scored the Lady Vikings 21-15 to
take a 50-32 lead.
Christy King added 12 |*>mts lor
the Lady Trojans, who made IK ot
26 free throws in the game.
Melissa Hardin led West Col
umbus with 11 points, and I-el icia
F.verettc added 10 lor the Lady
Vikings
Score By Quarters
West Columbus 12 5 15 13?45
West Brunswick 19 10 21 1 63
West Columbus scoring: Hardin.
11; Evercttc, 10; Odom, 8: Powell.
5; Graham, 5; Hasty, 4; Woolen, 2.
West Brunswick scoring: Norris.
15; S. Hill. 14; C. Kmi;, 12; Morgan.
7; M. King, 6; Bell, 5; P. Detrie, 4.
League F
North Brunswick's Lady Scor
pions lost a pair of Waccaniaw 2-A
Conference games last week to two
of the lop girls' basketball teams in
the league.
The Lady Scorpions fell to West
Brunswick and Whiteville and en
tered the final week of the regular
season still seeking their first con
ference win.
North Brunswick (0-12, 2-14)
was to face South Robeson's Lady
Mustangs at Rowland Tuesday night
before hosting Fairmont in the sea
son finale Friday.
The Lady Scorpions fell to West
oes Top N
Brunswick (S6-29 last Fritlay night in
Leland (See related story this is
sue.)
Last Tuesday, Tonya Jones scored
23 points and Dawn Threadgill
added 21 to lead the White ville
Lady Wolfpack to a 91-40 win at
Whiteville.
Shannon Register added 18 and
Beverly McCray 16 for the Lady
Wolfpack, which took a 27-4 lead in
the first quarter.
Whiteville led 46- IX at hall time
and increased its advantage to 75-2S
at the end of three quarters.
The Lady Wolfpack outscored
orth Girls
North Brunswick IS- 12 in the fourth
quarter for the final margin of victo
ry
Tosha Robbins and LaTanya
Grady scored 10 points each to lead
the Lady Scorpions.
Score Bv Quarters
North Brunswick 4 14 10 12-40
Whitcvillc 27 19 29 IS ? 91
North Brunswick scoring: Grady,
10: T. Robbins, 10; A. Robbins, 6:
Bui lard, 5; Walker, 4; McCoy. 2:
Bennett, 2: Dowe. 1 .
Whiteville scoring: Jones, 23:
Threadgill, 21: Register, IX:
McCray, 16: Jackson, 8; Garcia. 5.
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